Your daughter will need a stick, goggles and a mouth guard. The mouth guard can be any color except white.
If your daughter will be playing Goalie – helmet w/throat guard, chest protector, pelvic protector, shin pads, padded gloves, goalie stick.
Generally speaking, most teams have Goalie equipment your daughter can use.
A great pocket! Most beginner sticks are flat, hard, and difficult to pass and catch with. They are inexpensive but will put your daughter at a disadvantage to learning the game. If you want to give your daughter the best chance at success get a stick with a really good pocket. If you are unsure your daughter will continue in lacrosse and don’t want to spend the money for a good stick, borrow or rent a stick. Borrowed sticks are generally broken in and will give your daughter a better chance at success. Once she is hooked on lacrosse, invest in a good stick to give her the best shot at success!
Yes! Boys play with a much deeper pocket then girls. In a boys stick the ball has to be just above the bottom rim of the head; the girls has to be just above the top rim of the head. Girls Sticks can be 36″ – 43.25″ while boys can be 40″ – 72.”
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